Second teenager is ambushed earlier than being stabbed in ‘vicious and calculated assault’ after he was lured on a date in a ‘Snapchat honey entice’ as two teenagers are jailed

  •  The 17-year-old sufferer was lured to fulfill a woman for a date by way of Snapchat messages
  •  However on arrival, he was ambushed and stabbed 9 occasions in ‘vicious’ assault 
  •  Male, 17, pleaded responsible to grievous bodily hurt and jailed for 4 years
  •  Feminine, additionally 17,  discovered responsible of identical offence and imprisoned for 3 years

That is the stunning second a teen is seen fleeing for his life after pondering he was assembly a woman for a date, however as a substitute was ambushed and stabbed 9 occasions in a ‘vicious’ revenge assault.

Described as a ‘honey entice’, the 17-year-old sufferer was lured by a 16-year-old lady over Snapchat to fulfill her in a road in Fishponds, Bristol, earlier than being stabbed a number of occasions by his assailant.

He required life-saving hospital remedy following the ‘co-ordinated’ assault on 12 February 2021.

CCTV shows the shocking moment a 17-year-old boy was lured to a date over Snapchat before being chased and stabbed nine times, leaving him needing life-saving hospital treatment

CCTV reveals the stunning second a 17-year-old boy was lured to a date over Snapchat earlier than being chased and stabbed 9 occasions, leaving him needing life-saving hospital remedy

When he arrived, he was set upon by a gaggle of males and, regardless of fleeing, was severely injured within the assault that was caught on CCTV.

After the incident, the first attacker despatched the ‘mic drop’ emoji to the lady on Snapchat to point the deed was accomplished.

The feminine and male assailant, who’ve each since turned 17, had been sentenced to 3 and 4 years in jail respectively at Bristol Crown Courtroom on Friday.

Whereas the male teenager pleaded responsible to trigger grievous bodily hurt forward of a trial in November, the feminine was discovered responsible of the identical offence by jurors.

Throughout her trial, the jury had been advised the sufferer was a part of a rival group inside Bristol and intentionally lured to the Ridgeway Street space that night time.

The assailant chased his victim along the street before carrying out the 'vicious attack'

The assailant chased his sufferer alongside the road earlier than finishing up the ‘vicious assault’

The court docket additionally heard the sufferer thought he was going to die after he was subjected to the ‘vicious assault’.

Choose Michael Longman described the assault as ‘co-ordinated’ and accomplished with the intention of inflicting very severe accidents.

Detective Inspector Roger Doxsey stated: ‘This was a vicious and calculated assault on a then 17-year-old boy.

‘He was mercilessly chased and stabbed roughly 9 occasions and left for useless.

After the attack, the male offender sent a 'mic drop emoji' to the female offender via Snapchat

After the assault, the male offender despatched a ‘mic drop emoji’ to the feminine offender by way of Snapchat

‘Described in court docket as a ‘Snapchat honey entice’, the feminine lured the sufferer to a park in Fishponds on the understanding that they had been having a date, whereupon he was set upon by plenty of males with knives.

‘After the assault the male offender despatched a ‘mic drop emoji’ along with his face on by way of Snapchat to the feminine offender.

‘His emoji meant ‘job accomplished’ and reveals the true intent behind the crime.

‘The sufferer was in intensive care however has fortunately made a gradual restoration from his a number of accidents.

‘He bravely gave proof and we’re grateful for his and his household’s assist.’

DI Doxsey added: ‘Knife crime is abhorrent and the dangers connected to it are extraordinarily excessive.

‘I’ve been shocked by the quantity of younger folks carrying knives inside this incident, and the informal strategy to violence taken by these youths.

‘We want younger folks to know the life-changing and life-threatening penalties of carrying and utilizing knives, each for them and their victims.

‘We won’t hesitate to deliver offenders to justice for harmful knife-related crimes.’